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; bright; radiant:
a city agleam with lights.
Historical Examples

Beyond this was the river, agleam with the lights of the British fleet that rode at anchor on its placid bosom.
The Snare Rafael Sabatini

She no longer wept, though he could see a tear still at the end of one of her lashes, agleam in the dark.
The Trimming of Goosie James Hopper

There was a grin on his face, but his eyes were agleam with a slumbering passion that made Parsons catch his breath with a gasp.
The Ranchman Charles Alden Seltzer

It is a factful of himself—lawless, radical and non-civilized, agleam in the mixed world.
I, Mary MacLane Mary MacLane

She was standing slender as a young girl, all agleam in the half-light as though she wore an armor of glowing copper and garnets.
The Lighted Match Charles Neville Buck

With tongue lolling, white teeth all agleam, he came roaring out of the shadows.
Red Dynamite Roy J. Snell

Scraggs looked up and his cold green eyes were agleam with malice and triumph as they rested on the unhappy pair.
Captain Scraggs Peter B. Kyne

He is all agleam with bullion—a blue-and-gold edition of the Poetry of War.
The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce, Vol. II: In the Midst of Life: Tales of Soldiers and Civilians Ambrose Bierce

Certainly the past becomes a source of happiness in his “Rhapsody,” and life is agleam with joy in his “Idyl.”
Life Immovable Kostes Palamas

Pete started off with another triumphant breakfast and before our guest had gone far with it his face was agleam with pleasure.
Wings of the Wind Credo Harris

(postpositive) glowing; gleaming

1854, from a- (1) + gleam.


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